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What's this dish from a Hong Kong restaurant, with green, red, orange snippets in white liquid?

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I'm guessing these are snips of red, orange, green peppers? But then what's the white liquid?

Openrice page for Shang Palace in H.K..

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If you follow the link (迷迭香) on the right side of the page to the review (https://www.openrice.com/zh/hongkong/review/%E8%BF%B7%E8%BF%AD%E9%A6%99-e2158116), you can scroll down and see the caption for it. Drop the block of text into Google translate and you'll see that it's actually a green curry with green and red peppers. Not a traditional dish and the reviewer didn't seem to like it either. gohnsonxie‭ 22 days ago

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